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Zuni 30
Cottonwood 9 yellow 526 leather 2024 felt 201 orange 203 paint 359 cloth 876 carved 177 Red 1061 black 554 green 634 White 769 glue 18 turquoise 308 yarn 210 feathers 641 blue 690 pink 230
arm bands 53
rectangular 17 geometric 807 circles 32 corn 2
H: 14.875 in, width: 6.625 in, depth: 9.875 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Larom
Ritual and Recreation: Ritual, Curing and Cult Objects. Carved cottonwood figure with headdress and outstretched arms; mask head has red ears with white cone earrings, red snout, red, green and black rectangular eyes, green rim base with glued on greenery, black yarn and small feather headdress, back of head is painted black with red and white ears of corn; body is painted pink with white, yellow, red, blue and green circles, turquoise and red felt armband, black cloth band with leather top with 5 small turquoise felt pieces glued to it on left wrist, black yarn bandolier around body and black yarn tied around right wrist; painted white shorts with black, green and red belt, painted black wood front apron with yellow felt daisy and red and green yarn trim, black cloth back apron with yellow felt daisy and red and green yarn trim, painted white wood double trailer with red, black, green and blue geometric design; red and green yarn knee wraps, painted black leggings, painted orange moccasins with green and yellow felt cuffs; unfinished wood slice base attached to kachina's feet with 2 screws.
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